5 sites that have nailed responsive web design

03. Clearleft

British agency Clearleft's responsive website design doesn't really change much of the experience content or image wise, but simplifies the elements into clean blocks that are easily tappable.

04. Disney

The Pixar website may be the target of an impressive design concept but Disney's site creates an almost completely stand alone experience for its mobile screen sizes, limiting the visual complexity of the initial screen view by reducing features.

05. Buffalo

The web design consultancy Buffalo visually simplifies the layout for smaller screen sizes by changing the shapes of its featured images from complex sided shapes to basic squares.

Words: Gene Crawford

Gene's mission is to work tirelessly at providing inspiration and insight for developers. His projects include www.unmatchedstyle.com and conferences such as www.convergese.com. This article originally appeared in net magazine issue 241.

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